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the election and during this tax battle, it could get even worse, because under a 2010 law, dodd-frank, public companies are supposed to disclose the relationship between what their ceo makes - that's already public information - but they are supposed to compare it and give a ratio with what their median employee, kind of the typical employee, makes. so this is something that people can compare from company to company just to see how much more - "wow, the ceo makes 300 times more than the typical worker here!" > in some companies it wouldn't be that dramatic - an investment bank, for example. but at other companies - you had mentioned earlier wal-mart - it would be a hugely divergent number. > > take goldman sachs. their ceo makes a lot of money, but there are a lot of people at goldman sachs who also make a lot of money. so the disparity wouldn't be as great maybe as wal-mart or some retailer where you have a ceo who probably makes a lot, but you have a lot of minimum-wage workers. so that is going to be a big disparity. > also in corporate governance, we are going to know a little bit more a
in 365 days. with no presidential election, no stimulus programs on the horizon and healthcare reform upheld, 2013 should be smooth sailing for the economy, right? to almost no one's surprise, it's not that simple. despite that, in our cover story, we found a few people willing to stick their necks out and share with us their predictions. most everyone we found had reason for measured optimism. housing prices, for example, are going up. "there's hope that you can climb out. that's just a game- changer." and that opens up housing- related investment, which in turn may help stocks. "i see certain sectors helping the stock market. i see that true of the housing sector. look at real estate, look at building supplies, things that have been down in the past." as for jobs, john challenger says though the economy has been adding an average of 150,000 jobs a month, we may not need that many to make unemployment itself go down. the reason - baby boomers. "there are many more baby boomers retiring, so we don't need nearly as many new jobs as we did a decade ago." as for overseas trade, china's e
-lgbt individual. >> in 1977, harvey milk became the first openly-gay person elected to office in the u.s.. he was assassinated in november, 1978. >> i think the most important figure in the history of the lgbt community, and this would be a terrific honor. >> in san francisco, milk's name is already on a public library and an elementary school honoring the gay rights pioneer. at sfo passengers had mixed resglaks i think it would be a good way to honor him. >> no, no, no. sfo. you know, it's like lax. sfo. it's easier to compute everything. >> a name change would cost money to redo signs around the airport and on area highways. in 2001, it cost san jose $850,000 to add norman's name to the airport there. at least six supervisors must pass this proposal in order to get it on the november ballot, and then it would be up to san francisco voters to decide. reporting live from sfo, jana, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> the board of supervisors also voted in favor of a smoking ban. it would prohibit lighting up at parades as well as certain street fairs and festivals including the chinese new year's parade
. >> reporter: in 1977, harvey milk became the first openly gay person elected to public office in the u.s. he was assassinated in november 1978. >> he's i think the most important figure in the history of the lgbt community and this would be a terrific honor. >> reporter: in san francisco milk's name is already on a public library and an elementary school honoring the gay rights engineer. >> i think it would be a good way to honor him. >> no, no, sfo it's like l.a.x. sfo it's easier to compute everything. >> reporter: a name change would cost money to redo signs around the airport and along the area highways. in 2001, it cost san jose $850,000 to add norman mannetta's name to the airport there. at least six supervisors must approve the proposal to put it on the november ballot and then it would be up to san francisco voters to decide. at sfo, jana katsuyama, ktvu. >>> police are looking for a man who tried to kidnap a 2- year-old girl. it happened at 5:30 this evening on dayo court. she said when she picked up her daughter he grabbed the girl by her legs and tried to pull her away. he was uns
she is not only proud of the president's election. >> woman, minorities, lgbt communie up a majority of the house democrats. that is quite a remarkable thing. >> pelosi says she is hopeful that the house will come together with moderate republicans working with democrats. >>> the mayors of san francisco, san josi and oakland are all in town for the inauguration. mayors ed lee, chuck reed and jean quan are just a handful of the politicians from california braving that east coast chill for the big festivities. ktvus a ken pritchel and torrey campbell will have live reports beginning tomorrow morning and through inauguration day on monday. >>> president obama use his weekly address to pish his plan for tougher gun controls. >> we have a strong tradition of gun ownership in this country and the vast majority of gun owners act responsibly, but i also believe most gun owners agree that we can respect the 2nd amendment while keeping an irresponsible lawbreaking few from causing harm on a massive scale. >> on tuesday the president made a series of proposals and signed 23 executive orders
kept a fairly low profile since he lost the election. he spent his home today in his home in la hoya. romney did make it to the white house in november for a private lunch. romney's running game, congressman paul ryan tweeted a message for the president. i congratulate president obama on his inauguration and i join the country celebrating this american tradition. >>> and on ktvu.com you can watch more of today's inauguration including beyonce performing the national anthem. just look for the special tab right on our front page. >>> a man who narrowly missed being hit by gunfire at a check cashing and cell phone store describes a brazen robbery attempt. >> give me the money, give me the money. >> reporter: pablo castillo works at the cellular store. the surveillance cameras caught this suspect as they say he demanded money. the people inside escaped to a room with bullet-proof glass. castillo says the suspect's single gunshot narrowly missed his boss. >> she goes down like this to close the door and the bullet crossed over. >> reporter: here's another look at the man in the surveilla
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